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>> pam: now at five. (mugging) street crime in oakland. police say the city is a little safer tonight after more than a dozen violent crime suspects are rounded up in a series of predawn raids. >> this gang had no regard for public safety. one of the more violent games we have seen in quite awhile. >> pam: the fbi and u=s marshals helping to serve warrants in cities around the bay area. local church leaders calling on oakland residents to help reduce violence in one of the country's most crime=ridden cities. >> every time you pick up a gun, you are choosing death >> pam: i'm pam moore. new details tonight about the massive crime sweep led by oakland police today. here is what we know. 24 high- risk search warrants. and 18 arrest warrants. were served across the bay area. the charges ranging from attempted murder -- to assaultiing a police officer. right now -- 16 people are behind bars. and police have taken numerous weapons are off
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the street. at least one is a stolen assault rifle. police say, the main target today ---- trying to avert a gang war between two violent groups. the so- called 'money' and 'case' gangs new tonight -- we now have newly released surveillenace video. showing what police say, is one of those gangs in action. grant lodes is standing with it. grant. >> yes. this isterrifying moments caught on tape. we want to take a close look at this surveillance video. it shows two gang members who were arrested today.robbing a woman at gun-point. take a look and listen at the dramatic video. now we'll slow down the video and break it down. the victim is carrying several bags.one looks to be an expensive purse. we'll freeze it here.
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you can also see her keys.a cell phone in the other hand. it looks like she's trying to use the keys to open the door. but before she can get inside.the two robbers charge her. the lead suspect is holding a black hand-gun. the victim falls to the ground.and the suspect grabs her purse and another bag. the second suspect grabs something else. they take off.the victim gets up and runs.screaming. here it is again in real time with audio. the victim's scream is piercing. police say this happened a few weeks ago near lake merrit. this is the victim is a piercing scream. those two suspects are off the streets tonight. >> pam: oakland police chief
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howard jordan. called today's operation a successful fulfilment of a promise he made to reduce crime. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, the chief also says. this is just the beginning of his plan to make oakland a safer place for everyone. >> reporter: this is video of the actual raid conducted throughout the city of oakland which netted numerous suspects targeted for their reported violent crimes. chief howard jordan at a news conference spoke about how he has vowed to crack down on crime in the city and this raid was proof of his commitment. >> i promised. >> reporter: those arrested were all involved in two different gangs. the case and money gang. the chief also added that in his many years on the force, he has never seen such violent criminals out on the streets. >> it was a very violent group. probably the most violent group by have seen in my 25 years. and i say that because the motive was
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not your traditional motive. it was not for money or turf war it was because they hated the other gang. >> reporter: as you can see, the room was packed with law enforcement officials, state local and federal agents were all involved in this sweeping raid. the chief says the broad support will continue as they continue to push forward with their plan to make oakland a safer place for everyone. terisa estacio, kron 4 news >> pam: today's raids extended beyond just oakland. continuing our coverage, kron 4's charles clifford shows us that this was a bay area wide effort. >> reporter: this multi agency task force began serving search warrants. 24 in total at two oakland and a run the bay area. this was simultaneous with 16 arrests. this was an ongoing and but here is what
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we do know. there were 20 warrants serves and to search warrant to the east in antioch. also one in brentwood your and in pacifica. the oakland police department says that even of these are high risk warrants they did not have to use significant violence to gain suspects detained. charles clifford, kron 4. >> pam: this church pastor speaks out. >> every time you pick up a gun you were choosing death. we, as the community we do not want you to choose death. we love you. we are your mothers, brothers,
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sisters, brothers, we want you to choose a life. this is why i am acting on a cease-fire that is a collaboration. if you do not choose a life and continued to choose death and you will get the rest of law enforcement. >> pam: the pastor result of this are rest will help for conservation as well as others. we will have more on this at 6:00 p.m. >> pam: a fire destroyed part of a berkeley icon. now, famed restaurant chez panisse is closed. and the community is in shock. the fire started at 3 in the morning. here is video from overnight. just as fire fighters got on scene. no one was hurt. ---- but the damage is extensive. but -- chef alice waters tells kron 4 the restaurant will reopen kron4's justine walmdan is live tongiht at the scene of the fire. justine? >> reporter: people cannot believe that this restaurant in berkeley burned. they are going to abort this up and
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make it safe. it is busy in the very emotionalism alice waters said that she promised that they will rebuild. >> i am heartbroken. >> chart floors, stained and a crushed alice waters. higher overnight. he believed to be electrical. the eating area is badly burned. the bulk of the space and the kitchen is fined. >> the rest of the building is flying. i am hoping within this next week. >> what a shame. >> a berkeley icon since 1971 dozens of people stop, the restaurant to see the damage. >> we came from las vegas just a couple of hours ago. the plan was to be here for
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lunch. it is horrible! >> it is a berkeley institution. not only is a hugely important for the local people but this restaurant is known of literally throughout the world. >> reporter: a sprinkler system save the structure from burning to the ground. as alice waters continues to move on despite great seven as she once the great restaurant better than before. >> it feels like part of me is burning down. but this is something that i know that we can fix. we are very good at best. there what she is referring to is a fire that started 30 years ago almost to the day. part of our restaurant this is for me back a lot of bad memories for her. as part of the plans to rebuild some of these plans is that it will
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not be able to finish the front part because it was built by artists. . coming up at 6:00 p.m. i will tell you what you should do if you have a reservation and out employees what they need to go. and fontanel reporting live in berkeley, justin waldman, kron 4. >> pam: san jose police say, they've solved two recent murders. this person is behind bars accused of a stabbing a man to death. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. the victim -- in his twenties was found near guadalupe oak grove park. on wednesday. and an arrest also made in another murder. this woman is behind bars -- accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death in his apartment. this was the scene yesterday. the victim -- who suffered from dementia -- went missing back in early february. police say, at some point
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over the last few weeks, he showed up without anyone noticing. and was killed. this marked san jose's eighth homicide of the year. >> hello and happy friday this is a live look at the golden gate. no clouds. we did see partly cloudy conditions but temperatures are looking more mild. the wind gusting at 15 mph. half moon bay nearly 30 m.p.h. 12 m.p.h. hayward, redwood city, 28 m.p.h.! we are looking have plenty of sun but if you're going to go to lake tahoe? look for some pop up storms. around strawberry and live canyon for interstate 80 and interstate 50. more with the warm up, coming up. >> pam: the person who bought a winning lottery
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ticket in walnut creek, has now come forward. new tonight, we are hearing from that lucky bay area man. massoud ardalan. >> on thursday i took my wife to work and i came back i was looking for a job because i lost my job. i was applying for different jobs i came home. and i listen to the message. and one of my friends left a message that how you doing what is going on? did you find a job or not any hung up. after a few moments he left another message. and he said by the way there is a lottery winner in walnut creek. maybe you want? usually i get one or two numbers at the most and izod 22, 24, as the no. 8 and i checked again and again. and i thought that i was dreaming. i removed my eyeglasses. i rubbed my eyes! and even 10
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times. >> pam: that was mr. ardalan with his wife. this was mere heather's farms this is where the 33- million dollar super lotto ticket was sold. the shell gas station in walnut creek on ygnacio farm park. >> next -- an accused high profile terrorist. in court in new york. how osama bin laden's son in law pleaded today. next. then at 5-30. we are learning more about a deadly lion attack in what may have been distracting the young victim, when the big cat pounced. and a record day for the dow. what helped push it to it's highest close ever-- ahead. what helped push it to it's highest close ever-- ahead. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show
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>> developing news tonight-- osama bin laden's son in law facing a judge on american soil today. the government describes sulaiman abu ghaith as a spokesperson for the terrorist network after the 9-11 attacks. now he is entitled to the same judicial process as the american citizens he is accused of conspiring to kill. elizabeth corridan brings us up-to-date on today's developments. >> reporter: osama bin laden's son-in-law, sulaiman abu ghaith, made a brief appearance friday in a federal court room in new york city. he entered a not guilty plea through his attorney. abu ghaith is charged with one count of conspiring to kill americans. in court documents, prosecutors allege the al qaeda spokesperson tried to recruit more terrorists and said about potential post 9-11 attacks on the u-s, quote, 'the storms will not stop, especially the airplane storms."
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abu ghaith - seen here with osama bin laden- was transferred to u.s. custody overseas on february 28th and arrived in the united states the following day. prosecutors say the suspect made a 22-page statement following his arrest, details of which are not being released. >> now that we have him under control, there needs to be a really deep, what i would call a dive into what he knows, when he knew it and how he got the information. >> reporter: some republicans say he's an enemy combatant who should not be afforded the same rights as american citizens. they want him tried by a military commission at guatanamo bay. >> we lose valuable intelligence that can be used to prevent future attacks >> reporter: the obama administration contends the u-s court system is the best road to justice. >> the intelligence community agrees the best way to protect our national security interests is to prosecute abu ghaith in an article 3 court. >> reporter: abu ghaith's next hearing is set for april 8th. elizabeth corridan kron 4
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news. >> pam: in a rare move, former president bill clinton is pushing the u.s. supreme court. to overturn an act that he signed into law. clinton says, he has had a change of heart on the defense of marriage act. that is the law which defines marriage. as a legal union between a man and a woman. and denies federal benefits to same- sex couples. the high court will hear arguments about whether the law is constitutional, later this month. clinton says, it was a very different time when the act reached his desk back in 1996. he says he now believes the law goes against the principles of the constitution. >> a stash of marijuana. worth a million- dollars. is found at the vandenberg air force base. officials say. the bales of marijuana turned up under some brush. after a 20- foot boat overturned. colonel - nina armagno says, the boat was spotted thursday by people walking on the beach.
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>> our defenders discovered what appeared to be a large stash of illegal narcotics on our beach here at vandenberg air force base just north of wall? beach. also on the scene was an overturned aluminum boat, and its engine looks like it has been removed, like fallen off. i have order all facilitates on vandenberg to be searched and secured, and they have been. we are looking for any potential suspects. there were no weapons found. >> pam: all 2,000 of the base's buildings were searched for possible intruders. and officials say, they still have not found the person who may have been steering the boat. they determined that there is no threat to the base, nor the local community. the department of homeland security took over the investigation the weekend is turning out to look nice. here is a look
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at the city from our roof cam from the studios on the van ness. and to some breezy conditions it will be breezy with partly cloudy for tonight. saturday, the morning clouds are possible with a cool start sunny and warm. beyond that even warmer. the wind is gusting in san francisco at s f o at 14 m.p.h. breezy at hayward, concord richmond and 12 m.p.h.. a lot of laws are in the 50s. warmer today compared to yesterday's chilly, wet weather. the satellite and radar showing that it is some hi pressure is buildinghe and gaining strength with the 70's. nearly 80 in some locations! some clouds the
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further south you are but as we see we could wake up to cloudy conditions with plenty of sunshine and even a warmer afternoon 5:00 p.m. is looking great with no complaints. also that sunshine and warmth. all of a clock is looking good too. 60s through sunnyvale. fremont around 62 degrees. nearly 70 and walnut creek. for the north bay temperatures in the 60s for novado. ocean beach upper 50s great for spring skiing. a great sunday and monday with a sunny conditions. your kron 4 7 day around the bay spring forward monday, tuesday and wednesday nearly
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>> condoms for kids? that's what's about to happen in daly city. the jefferson union high school district recently approved a program that will give free condoms to high school students in who enroll in a health class. the program is meant to combat an increase in unwanted pregnancies and std's. so we asked you on facebook.is this a good idea? about three quarters of people think the condom program is a good idea - the idea her being if kids are sexually active they should be as responsible as possible. 24 percent say no- this is not a good idea.handing out free condoms just encourages kids to have sex. interesting debate here.we're always looking
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>> pam: the deadly lion attack is taking a major toll. not just on the victims family. but on other animals as well. >> authorities cleaning house in san jose. in an attempt to keep homeless camps from re-appearing. plus. sunny skies in the bay. but back east. not as lucky! we have the storm pictures showing the late winter storms. storms. you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ] ♪
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. investigators at the 'cat haven' wildlife sanctuary near fresno, are focusing on the cage door that allowed a 350-pound lion to escape, and kill an intern this week. >> they say that she was
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not on her cellphone and following proper safety protocols. the coroner says, deborah hanson died instantly. when the lion broke her neck with a single swipe of his paw. pele, a ten year old female lion, is feeling the stress of the traumatic week at the cat haven sanctuary. >> she was making -- like almost a barking noise and according to the handlers up here, this was a noise she does not normally make because of the stress. >> reporter: her companion, couscous, was killed after the fatal attack on wednesday. the coroner says couscos was in this feeding cage, separated from the larger lion enclosure by a guillotine=type gate. hansen was in the larger space when couscous somehow managed to lift the gate. >> she absolutely adored cous cous a lion that has been with the facility that they had had for many years. >> reporter: animal experts say couscous just followed a
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lion's instincts. >> if you look at your domestic cat, you can see those natural innate abilities to be a hunter. when you take that to a level of a tiger or lion, that's timed by many, many thousands when it comes to predatory ability and strength." >> this is the power that these animals have. it is -- it's a tragic thing that happened here. i just can't describe what my fears are for the people of the sanctuary and all these parents,. every time, for now, when i see an african lion or tiger, i'm going to think of this young lady for the rest of my life as well. >> pam: hansen's father says his daughter loved her job. >> she was so happy. her last two months there as an internship at cat haven were her mother and i agree we had never seen her happier since the two months she got there. >> a winter storm whipped waves off the coast of plum island, massachusetts into a destructive frenzy. the pounding surf caused a home to collapse after the foundation was washed away. the home was vacant and had been condemned in 2009. local resident bob connors said, "all hell has broken out up here." emergency responders in humvees were having trouble navigating coastal roads on plum island. a large winter storm is
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dumping plenty of snow and icy weather on the northeast. snow plows. like this one in new york. are trying to keep the roads clear. but they could face a losing battle at least until early tomorrow. the icy, wintry mix is expected to last through early saturday the storm is causing heavy snow inland and flooding along the coast long delays at the new-york end of logan airports. the snow plows to try to keep things clear this is in foley square in new york city. 6 in.. and this umbrella is waging a war. it feels like it is the dead of winter in the northeast. >> pam: a man is dumped at a bus station after he was released from a mental hospital. and he ended up in sacramento. son-see-ahray tonsall has the story. >> reporter: thousands of
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homeless clients have walked their problems into molly simones' friendship park office over the years, but what she heard from james flavy coy brown broke her heart. >> "he was just very scared and lost and confused," she said. >> reporter: confused because brown ended up alone among sacramento's homeless after being discharged from a mental hospital in nevada with only a bus ticket and three days worth of medication for schizophrenia and depression. >> "if you could say something to the people who put that bus ticket into his hand and send him here, what would you say to him? >> "it just seems so irresponsible. >> reporter: to the pro tem of the california senate it all seems criminal. >> "because of their disability, i mean, that's the reason they put him on a bus and said hey, 'you're somebody else's problem.' that, to me, violates civil rights," said senator >> reporter: that's why steinberg has written to u.s. secretary of health and human services about what appears to be interstate patient dumping, requesting a federal probe. >> "if the facts are what they appear to be they should be sanctioned," he said. >> reporter: in order to keep federal medicare- medicaid dollars protection protocols for someone in
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brown's situation should have included a needs evaluation and detailed discharge plan. >> "i can't imagine that there's a good excuse," said steinberg. >> "there are a lot of sick people out here. they just don't get the proper medication. >> reporter: other homeless men familiar with sacramento say it's challenging to find mental help with so much pressure on available programs. for brown, impossible. "he was just the victim here," said simones. >> reporter: senator steinberg is promising new legislation. to help agencies better serve homeless people who are mentally ill. >> pam: charges now dropped. against a redwood city special education teacher, who had been accused of abusing her students. alexia bogdis, who worked at roosevelt elementary school, was arrested back in 20-12. investigators say, aides at the school told them, bogdis deprived students of food. and was aggressive. now -- prosecutors say, the witnesses have backed off those claims. the four-year-old autistic children who are believed to have been victims -- are not able to make statements
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due to their age and condition. >> pam: a homeless encampment in san jose. was cleared out this morning. san jose police and animal rescue officers. stood by, as non- profit volunteers removed tents, tarps, mattresses, and other debris. from the 28- acres of land near the guadalupe river. city officials say, camp fires and trash are ruining habitats in the area. the housing department will work with every homeless person to find a shelter. the city is now looking for strategies to prevent other encampments from happening in these fields. >> the main weather headline is wednesda wend--it is windy. g wind gusts. and so for tonight, harley cloudy and clear conditions. saturday morning clouds. details on
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that warm up, coming up. >> pam: if a nehotel website can show you this making sure that you got the best deal. backbid.com has hotels trying to score deals with you. it makes it easy to make sure that you are getting the best hotel deal possible. after you have booked a hotel. enter the hotel but date and how much it is costing you. sit back and wait. hotels and the same area will this have offer you a room for cheaper. it makes sure that the hotel it is equal
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quality and feature the same amenities. sometimes the ones that offer you a bid will throw in the things like a free parking, free wi fi and free room service to sweetened the deal. it is free to use city of nothing to lose. if you accept the bid you would cancel your existing hotel reservation. of course it cannot use this if you are within 24 hours. this is a service to save you money. gabe slate tech report >> pam: the new record along with rep brand new unemployment with the market updates, coming up. .
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>> pam: now for today's market update. the stock market closed with sixth straight gain today-- after the u-s government in february. u-s employers added 236- thousand jobs last month and unemployment rate fell to 7- point-7 percent from 7- point-9 percent in january. and here are todays numbers. the dow jones jumped 67 points to close at 14- thousand-397. the nasdaq gained 12 points to 3-thousand- 244. seven points to close at one-thousand- 551-- now just 14 points away from its own february's job report is out and it shows a big improvement for the countries economy. more than 200-thousand jobs were created. alison kosik highlights where these jobs came from and what it means for our economy. >> reporter: the labor market moved forward in february. employers added 236-thousand jobs. that means the economy has been adding jobs for three straight years now. the unemployment rate fell to 7-point-7 percent. the lowest since 2008. and one notable stand-out. the construction sector is making a comeback. adding 48-thousand jobs in february, and over 100- thousand jobs since november. that's a nice turnaround. considering that the industry lost millions of jobs during the financial
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crisis. one of the last parts of the economy to recover after abut now, with the housing market coming back, construction jobs finally are as well. although ground to make up. but diane swonk, chief economist at mesirow financial, says while the overall trend in hiring is good, there's still plenty to be concerned about. >> the trend has been in the right direction, especially in firings. we've seen that seen some reports that suggest that consumers are feeling a little better about the situation today in the job market as well. that's the good news. that perception has yet to show up in the reality of the data, and until we really see people put their hat in the ring and looking for jobs because they know they're going to get them, we won't feel a lot better about the economy. >> reporter: that's the problem -- thousands of people are still dropping out of the work force. they've given up hope, stopped looking. that helps lower the unemployment rate, too. but for the wrong reason. so for now, a good jobs report. but still room for improvement. i'm alison kosik in new york.
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>> pam: wrigley's is developing a new product - a caffeinated gum. it's being called alert energy caffeine gum and it will have about as much caffeine as a half of cup of coffee. the gum will come in a variety of flavors including fruit and mint. the company is warning people that the new gum is not recommended for children. the gum is set to hit stores in april. >> a new study shows that people with financial incentives are more likely to lose weight. the study divided 100 clinically obese adults into two groups. one group received 20- dollars a month if they lost four pounds. if they didn't they would have to pay 20-dollars. according to the study 62- percent of those who were earning money for their weight loss stuck it out for an entire year. meanwhile only 26-percent of those who weren't paid lasted the whole year. >> pam: a cruise ship in florida is getting a thorough scrub-down after 105 passengers and three crew members came down with the norovirus. the royal caribbean ship
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"vision-of-the-seas" was at sea for a ten-day tour of the caribbean but had to dock today. according to the centers for disease control. the norovirus can spread through contact with cantaminated food or drink. by touching infected objects. or by being in close contact with infected people. >> lamborghini is marking its 50th anniversary - with its fastest model ever. it is called the veneno. it's got a 7-hundred-50 horsepower engine that can slingshot it from "0 to 60" in about 3 seconds. with a top speed of 2-hundred-20 miles an hour. the price tag. about 4 million dollars. only three are being made - and they already have buyers. like all lamborghini's. this one has a name derived from the bull. the veneno was a particularly speedy animal from the early 1900's. take a look outside we have
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areas of thunderstorms. the wind that is the big story. sustained winds oakland, half moon bay, 21. a word and redwood city. fairfield, 20 m.p.h. and even some hire hayward, redwood city. san francisco 14 m.p.h.. blustery. temperatures are 49. many locations are in the 50s. here is a look at the satellite. take a look at tahoe. some other locations see some thunder from locations. with some of it tried to die down. you can see that there will be
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plenty of sunshine and warmer conditions next week. here is futurecast. some of futurecast. we could see some cloudy conditions but otherwise the bay area it is looking have plenty of sunshine. look at that by 5:00 p.m. a clear day and store. that will be the same for friday and saturday -- on saturday. and for the highs to marron 67 degrees in palo alto. nearly mid-60s formal pieces. a pretty nice day along the creek. 60s in concord. 64 and union city 65 degrees in richmond. for the north bay also very nice if you're going to go to
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napa valley? 60s. berkeley, 67. here is your kron 4 7 day around the bay a sunny conditions. monday, tuesday we are really going to feel the warmth. some areas wanted to 80 degrees on tuesday and wednesday, inland. >> pam: headlights northbound -- commute direction 680 near the hwy. 24 interchange the guadeloupe overpass. the headlights coming towards us small. we will be right back. .
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>> pam: golfers are used to dodging hazards on the course. but dodging is cows. imagine the surprise when these two showed up on a golf course in florida and began eating the turf. the two bovines showed up in the middle of the night and settled in on the twelfth hole. by eleven this morning no one had claimed the two missing cows so the police called the department of agriculture. an unbelievable sight out of houstan texas where a woman found her s-u-v covered in several thousand bees. she had just stopped to grab a bite to eat and when she came back and found her car like this. so she pulled out her cell phone and started shooting. meanwhile her friend called animal control who sent in a bee keeper. who was able to get them off the s-u-v and take them back to his bee hive rehabilitation center. >> pam: adventures in the emerald city will hit the box office this weekend with a new twist on a classic fantasy. carl azuz has a preview in now showing.
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>> kansas is full of good men, i don't want to be a good man, i want to be a great one. >> reporter: this weekend at the box office, we're off to see the wizard. >> "oz, the great and powerful" starts from the very beginning, in a familiar scene in kansas. disney's new take on the classic tale stars several notable talents including james franco, who plays the wizard. swept away from his small- time gig with a traveling circus, the magician ends up in an enchanted land ruled by darkness. >> am i dreaming? >> you're in oz. >> reporter: upon his arrival, he is deemed the "chosen one," to fight the forces of the wicked witch of the west and deliver oz back to goodness. he must follow the yellow brick road through its challenges, magical creatures and of course, munchkins. while michelle williams will play glinda the good witch, mila kunis and rachel weisz will be up to some witchery as well.
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>> pam: this oakland raid puts it dozens of people behind bars trying to help with the gang wars. and a national renowned for the restaurant caught fire. what is next for chez paninni... >> take a look at our current conditions outside with some windy conditions. and the warm up. '70s and '80s.
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>> pam: now at six. >> alice waters: i'm. i'm heartbroken. >> pam: the owner of berkeley's famed chez panisse in tears as she looks at the remains of her landmark restaurant. her gourmet paradise now a blackened ruin after an early morning fire. >> alice waters: lot of emotional. just sadness. >> pam: tonight -- we are also aware that alice waters is still very distraught. this is where the damage that is one of the most unique parts of this
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restaurant. it was built by artists. the front porch only set about 10 people. that will probably not be the same but she said that the restaurant is not going anywhere. >> it feels like some little part of me has burned down. but is is something that i know that we can fix. the building is in very good shape the beams, the construction will allow us to open the cafe as quickly as we can. i am hoping within this next week. >> reporter: that is just the top part of the cafe of the video is when she got a tour of the damage. the firefighters say that a sprinkler system of most likely saved this restaurant from being destroyed. because it is able to do the work that fire fighters
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could not do. the sprinkler system was key in saving the restaurant. you are looking at the top windows. they are trying to get the air out. with a smoke damage and alice was joking that she would want to roast some chickens to get the smell out she also has insurance. issue of using social media to notify people levered reservations of what to expect. reporting live, justin waldman, kron 4. (screaming) >> pam:
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(woman screaming) on to another top story terrifying moments caught on video. police say, this surveillance video shows two gang members who were arrested today.robbing a woman at gun-point. their arrests were part of multi-agency raid conducted in oakland that is a part of a crime fighting plan called operation ceasefire -- kron4's terisa estacio has more on the broad sweep that arrested nearly 20 people. >> reporter: you are looking at video taken from a multi agency raid conducted in oakland going after what some officials are calling some of the cities most violent criminals. at a news conference friday. details were unveiled about how successful the raid was. >> 34 arrests. 20 of the search warrants were served simultaneously. the conspiracy to commit will murderer. >> reporter: this operation was weeks in the planning. officials say they acted
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quickly based on alarming intelligence about the criminals. >> we found out that quickly we were finding out that there were going to >> they were planning to act violently. >> reporter: as you can see in this video. state local and federal officials were involved in crack down. it is unclear right now, how many were arrested, but local prosecutors say they will do their best. >> we are going trhought he files to charge. once this will be complete we will work closely with law enforcement and in particular, law enforcement to go through the report and so we can go through and bring those individuals into court and to bring justice. >> reporter: terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> pam: today's raids reached beyond just oakland. as kron 4's charles clifford explains, this was a bay area wide effort. >> reporter: the multi agency task force. led by opd, began serving warrants early friday morning in
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oakland and around the bay area. opd says that a total of 24 high risk warrants were served today 21 of the raids were conducted simultaneously. because the effort is actually still ongoing, police are not saying specifically where these raids occurred, but here's what we do know. the main focus of the effort was in oakland, specifically east oakland, where 20 warrants were served also, two search warrants were served 30 miles to the east in antioch there was also one warrant served in nearby brentwood. and finally a single raid was conducted in pacifica, which is south of san francisco. the oakland police department says that even though these were high risk warrants, the raids required no significant use of force and there were no injuries. the raids were completed by 7am friday morning. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> pam: in san jose -- right now -- two suspects are in custody linked to two murders in the last few days. police arrested regina butler in connection to a murder of 69-year-old -- stanley jacobson. police say, at some point over the last few weeks, jacobson must've shown up at his apartment without anyone noticing. and was killed.
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today -- police describe how jacobson's body was discovered. the victim's body this is a photo of the victim -- 69-year-old stanley jacobson -- >> yesterday, the granddaughter expressed that the girl friend was here. she responded. they contacted the suspect. and installed on calling police. and said let us go inside and wait. while she was inside the apartment we located the body. >> pam: jacobson, who suffered from dementia-- went missing back in early february. >> this man. is accused of a stabbing another man to death. vincent gallegos is facing murder charges. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. the victim -- in his twenties, was found near guadalupe oak grove park. on wednesday.
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it's not yet known what led up to the incident nor the motive. >> is this a sign of things to come? we do not know but it is an isolated incident. neither of them have commented. police say the two men knew each other -- but are looking into the extent of their relationship. new at six. a man suspected of striking and killing a 17-year-old girl as she crossed a street near san francisco's stern grove pleaded not guilty today. kieran brewer has been charged with vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence. it happened on sloat boulevard and vale avenue last saturday. hanren chan was celebrating her 17th birthday that day. prosecutors say brewer admitted to drinking before driving. brewer remains in custody
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on 300-thousand dollars bail >> pam: a two-point-seven magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of daly city. shortly before 12-30 this afternoon. the u-s geological survey reports the quake's epicenter about daly city. so far -- no damages have been reported. >> take a look these gusting conditions. 24 in redwood city pier santa rosa also getting in on some of that action. more details on the weekend weather and the warm up.
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>> pam: a walnut creek man becomes a multimillionaire after learning he purchased a winning lotto ticket worth 33 million! at a news conference today, massoud ardalan describes his reaction moments after realizing he was the lucky winner! >> i was by myself get home and i started screaming buy myself! really, running up and down the halls! and i went to the store and i told her to come out and i said that i have good news for you. (audience laughing) and i suggest to come to me and i said the we won the lottery. and she did not believe me. it couldn't have come at a better time. ardalan just lost his job. he plans to open his own business with the money and help all his friends and family who are out of work.
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and for his wife, ardalan plans to buy her her own beauty salon. >> pam: the city of fremont has something to be proud of today. the financial news group "24-7 wall street" ranked fremont number four on the list of 100 cities that are well managed. that includes the 11th lowest crime rate. a poverty rate of 6 point 6 percent. and 90 percent of its residents graduating from high school. irvine, california came in second on the list of well managed cities. the best run city in the u-s. virginia beach, virginia. >> pam: 49ers quaterback colin kaepernick spending quality time with bay area fans! we take you there. a report on the lowest unemployment numbers since the president took office released today. but obama's administration warning against high hopes. why they are bracing for a rise in the unemployed. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. at&t u-verse high speed internet offers more speed options, reliability
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had more than a foot of snow by midmorning, with more expected. some shore town hit with coastal flooding had to deal with roads under 2 to 3 feet of water. however authorities breathing a sigh of relief, with no reports of injuries or major damage. >> we are looking have plenty of sunshine. 50s in oakland. and clear conditions for most locations. the this blustery. 24 mph. this same over hayward and fairfield. and the wind is gusting higher. 32 mph. redwood city is blustery. santa rosa. with high pressure is going to be building strength. you can see that we have an onshore flow. late this
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afternoon. the futurecast for a 11:00 p.m. with just mainly clouds in the south bay. otherwise plenty of sunshine. we should see great skiing conditions. warmer tomorrow compared to today. in a will be dry. no need for the umbrella with the 63 in sunnyvale. downtown san jose in the mid-60s. nearly 70's. union city. and for the north bay also pretty nice with 65 in
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novado. downtown san francisco. ocean beach. upper 50s and for the sierras. great conditions. and tomorrow, do not forget to spring forward your clocks by one hour. tuesday is the warmest on our seven day forecast. >> the jobs numbers are, that came out today are the latest data point to indicate that our economy is gaining traction as we recover from the worst recession since the great depression. >> pam: the u-s government reported that 236-thousand jobs were added in february. that good news was coupled with a two-tenths of a percent drop in unemployment. from 7-point-9 percent to 7-point-7 percent. the report pushed the dow today -- it rose 67 points finishing just under 14- thousand-400.
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jim acosta takes a look at the white house reaction to the jobs report. >> reporter: has gone to levels that and not lovell's seen since he had taken office where is the good news? >> i suspect that that is the nature of our work. >> reporter: the obama administration is saying that do not to get excited this does not called for the automatic budget cuts. >> democrats, republicans agreed that the sec registration will have a negative impact. a >> reporter: the out reach will have more impact. and do not forget about this sequestration that will have a negative -- impact. and also, the clintons. >> did former president clinton's offer any advice
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that an outreach would be a good thing? >> i can confirm to dinner that it was a nice dinner and good conversation with the by-carcass and outreach. she said that it started out read shred the by- partisan -- efforts >> reporter: however, this might not be the temporary spending bill with this statement. ..... >> reporter: house weather or not the filibuster? a spokesperson said that we are reviewing our options and back of the white house the automatic cuts are a cancer like all public tours of this weekend. visitors are losing their patience. >> i think that it is unfair.. if it is government for the people?
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>> these will only offer vague details. of where is offering its own cuts. merlots. >> pam: the brave and revolutionary voices of nine women were honored on international women's day. first lady michelle obama helped to award the secretary of state's international women of courage award in washington, d-c. among the recipients, a tibetan poet, a vietnamese blogger, and a russian journalist. >> these women have inspired millions to stand with them and find their own voices and work together to achieve real and lasting change and that is truly the power of the international women of courage award. that this is not simply an honor bestowed upon a few but a call for all of us to open our eyes to the injustices aroundo ask ourselves just what kind of courage we've got inside our own hearts." >> pam: nine women were given the award.
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>> pam: a stash of marijuana. worth a million- dollars. is found at the vandenberg air force base. officials say. the bales of marijuana turned up under some brush. after a 20- foot boat overturned. colonel - nina armagno says, the boat was spotted thursday by people walking on the beach. >> our defenders discovered what appeared to be a large stash of illegal narcotics on our beach here at vandenberg air force base
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just north of wall? beach. also on the scene was an overturned aluminum boat, and its engine looks like it has been removed, like facilitates on vandenberg to be searched and secured, and they have been. we are looking for any potential suspects. there were no weapons found. >> pam: officials say, they still have not found the person who may have been steering the boat. the department of homeland security took over the investigation coming up. an asteroid the size of a city block will pass by earth this weekend. details and more stories coming up after the break.
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>> pam: an asteroid the size of a city block will pass by earth this weekend but there's no danger of it hitting our planet. we'll show you some animation. the 250 foot wide asteroid makes its closest approach to earth-- saturday afternoon in the united states. it will be about 604- thousand miles away.
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some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof. some things will. save up to 20% on an ikea kitchen. this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> reporter: in oakland early friday morning there was a multi agency read. at last count 60 people are rested and in numerous weapons confiscated including a stolen assault rifle. oakland police chief howard jordan said that this was part of a commitment to oakland residents to crack down on violent crime. terisa estacio, kron 4. >> reporter: these 24 leaves
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were issued issued simultaneously. 16 are arrests were made. 20 were issued in oakland, one in brentwood, one in pacifica. all of these were completed by 7:00 a.m. on friday morning. in the news room, charles clifford, kron 4. >> reporter: the world famous for we rush to rorestaurt ....'chez panninni"... has burned but it is not a total loss. the owner, seen here is alice waters. all reservations are canceled until march 23rd. >> reporter: this homeless encampment was cleared out
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near the airport. in san jose. campfires it is ruining this area. city officials will look for strategies to prevent this from happening again. mike dalton, kron 4. >> reporter: thieves are breaking into cars going after per raj door openers and car registration. they can find your address and open your garage and open everything. coming up at 8:00 p.m. j.r. stone, kron 4 news. >> reporter: facility walnut creek couple picked up their winnings to day. that $33 million check will go a long way but in the meantime we spoke to some neighbors on this quiet block. they have been living here for a few years. they are very quiet and very nice. coming up we
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will hear more about those neighbors that are happy. and also hopeful some of that good fortune would come their way. alecia reed in walnut creek, kron 4 news. gabe slate tech report this new hotel deal will save money in a great new way. this is like no other deal website. this is in reverse. after you book a hotel you visit his website. the total price. the local hotels will bid for your business. tune in tonight at 8:00 p.m. and i will feature this in mind tech report. gabe slate tech report >> pam: a new google maps feature is allowing customers to visit businesses without ever leaving home. google is launching business photos that allow you to get a virtual 360-degree tour of a business.
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google trains photographers through an online program to shoot every inch and every angle of the stores. the photographers take a picture about every ten feet. they then piece them together and in about a weeks time they are online. the program isn't just limited to local customers. and google hopes that it can help little businesses get big exposure. new tours are being uploaded almost daily and soon google hopes to have photographers all around the country. >> pam: wrigley's is launching a new way to add a pick-me-up in your day -- caffeinated gum. it's called alert energy caffeine gum and is equivalent to a half cup of coffee. the gum will come in fruit and mint flavors -- and will have a bitter taste much like an energy drink does. wrigley's says the packaging will say that the product is not reccomended for children. they plan to launch the new product in the month of april.
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>> pam: this sunday is the day to spring ahead for daylight saving time. most americans will get an hour less of sleep -- but will gain one more hour of evening sunlight in the coming months. the change officially starts sunday at 2 a-m -- so clocks should be reset before going to bed saturday night. this is also a good time to put new batteries in your smoke detectors. >> you are going to get more sunshine and warmth. here is a live look at the bay bridge. clear skies on this friday evening. temperatures are in the 50s for livermore, mountain view. tonight, harley cloudy to clear conditions it will be breezy. we could see some of morning clouds but otherwise sunny and warm. here is a look at the
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current wind speed. half moon bay, 20. oakland, 22. take a look of the wind gusting 33 in redwood city. yes, it is a blustery. when i come back will talk more of the seven day just how warm it is going to get it. >> pam: lamborghini is marking its 50th anniversary -- with it's fastest model ever. it's called the veneno. the car has a 7-hundred-50 horsepower engine and can slingshot fom zero to 60 in about three seconds. so what's the price tag of a car that has a top speed of 2-hundred-20 miles per hour? four million dollars. only three in the world are being made and they already have buyers. >> it's been a rough week for justin bieber: getting booed for being late,
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(explicitives) profanity) >> but the 19-year-old pop sensation appeared to have recovered friday for his final concert in london, singing and dancing to thousands of adoring fans at the o2 arena. earlier friday, the star made headlines when he got into an altercation with insult-hurling paparazzi, lashing out at a
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photographer with a stream of expletives as he was restrained by minders. "ahhhhh! rough morning. trying to feel better for this show tonight but let the paps get the best of me," the singer posted on twitter soon after the altercation with the photographer, which took place as he got into a car earlier friday. the scuffle was captured on video by channel 5 news and widely broadcast by britain's media. "sometimes when people r shoving cameras in your face worst thing possible at u.well i'm human. rough week," he wrote on the social networking site. the clash came just hours after bieber said he was suffered during the previous night's concert. the star backstage, where he was briefly hospitalized for a check-up. a spokesman for the o2 arena said bieber was treated backstage during thursday's concert after becoming short of breath, but recovered and finished his set. "he was treated by our team of medics and after further examination they didn't find anything more serious or worrying." a spokeswoman for bieber said he was feeling "a little under the weather." she demanded anonymity to condition. bieber later posted a shirtless photo of himself in a hospital bed, saying he was getting better and listening to janis joplin. before that on twitter he thanked "everyone pulling me "best fans in the world," he wrote. "figuring out what happened. thanks for the video footage from the concert shows bieber appearing to fade during a performance of his up-tempo slows down, puts a hand to his head then bends over, resting his hands on knees before walking slowly to
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(cheers & applause) >> thousands of people at this safeway in danville waited for an autograph and
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he signed every request and was friendly to everyone. take a look at the santa clara stadium. nearly 50 percent completion. and a 75% sold out. they erare still about one year from opening. that is about $800 million in revenue. $1.2 billion. 2080 thousand are paying that just to purchase season tickets. they are right on course 5th ranked
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cal opening up the pac-12 tourney against usc 15 footer for cal who openedbrandon: 17 points, 16 rebs final: 78-59 cal season cal plays ucla in semi's tomorrow night the new santa clara stadium
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46,100 of the 68,500 seats are sold - bringing in about $800 million in revenue - stadium is $1.2 billion it costs fans between $2,000 and $80,000 just for the center this weeeknd.as tiger woods is leading in miami. tiger woods at doral an iguana on the course for tiger woods - on fire again today - 13th hole is true warriors another one lf those better win big game tonight at oracle as the warriors host the rockets - a team that beat in the first meeting in houston jeremy lin and the rockets tied an nba record crushing the warriors 140- 109. mark jackson ordered his players to foul at end of the game rather than giving up the record a week later the rockets oakland the warriors lead houston by 2 games for the 6th playoff sot: mark jackson sot: draymond green pac 12 womens tojrnament time. cal vs. usc 5th ranked cal opening up the pac-12 tourney against usc 1st half jennifer brandon - hits the 15 footer for cal who opened the game on an 11-0 run brandon: 17 points, 16 rebs brittnay boyd - 3 pointer as cal puts the game away early boyd: 15 points, 9 rebs bears set a school record with their 28th win of the cal plays ucla in semi's
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t world baseball classic usa losing at this hour to mexico 2-0. >> spain verses pr beltran goes down the line thats the big question that is the big thing, no injuries! japan and chinese tepei and tie the game at 3 next weekend at at &t park and japan's opening win drew a 35 share in japan. that means one out
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>> had at least i know where you are on friday nights. colin kaepernick will become more popular than buster posy are you kidding? >> it was not the question of who is the better player but who is going to of a
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bigger impact on the bay area and buster posy has a great impact. and if kaepernick is something unique. however, from his tattoos, running style everything about him is a one-of-a-kind. i think the bay area likes that. i do not think that buster posy will not be adored but i think the young kids are going to enjoy buster posy but not as much as the young kids and join:kaepernick. >> there is room for both of them. the why is there a big deal about this stanford fight:? >> that is because they are young. had and i if the fed when you are in college and you are going to put out that illusion that these are student-athletes. and all the coaches care about is a
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bit embarrassing. is it the end of the world? no.. but they had to why do not participate in twitter? >> i only want to show off one i am working i do not think that i could do that at 11: 45 p.m. and i think twitter i am not bitter but i think that is for people that are frustrated by their own exist pareexistence -- contentions that
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intentions? >> and she says that people enjoyed this. and she said it did wake me up. so and wide to always slam old guys who wear jeans? >> i have never seen you in jeans.

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KRON 4 Evening News
KRON March 8, 2013 5:00pm-7:00pm PST

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Duration 02:00:00
Scanned in San Francisco, CA, USA
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Tuner Channel 13 (213 MHz)
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